The police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, did not get a severance deal when he resigned, the mayor has confirmed.
Darren Wilson handed in his notice after days of protests in the town following a grand jury's decision not to indict him for the shooting, saying he feared for his own safety and that of his fellow officers.
Ferguson Mayor James Knowles confirmed Wilson would get "no severance or extension of benefits" after his resignation.
Armies of protesters took to the streets following the Ferguson shooting decision, in a sign of the monumental challenge now facing America.
The police officer who shot dead Michael Brown says he has a clear conscience over his actions.